Marty Jannetty Thanks WWE For Inclusion In Shawn Michaels’ Biography, Discusses Future Options In Wrestling

Posted By James Walsh on 06/14/21




Former WWE superstar Marty Jannetty underwent reconstructive ankle surgery last December, and in a few recent Facebook posts, he shared an update on potential options for him in wrestling and thanked WWE for allowing him to participate in the Shawn Michaels’ A&E Biography.

In the first post, Jannetty pondered possibilities for returning to wrestling, including potentially training younger wrestlers.

“Definitely miss being in the ring,(and when the new ankles heal, who knows) but teaching and training the new kids is just as good to me…as is getting paid just to talk lately,(since the Shawn Michaels Biography) lol..keep the podcast offers coming, I enjoy doing them,” Jannetty wrote.

In another post, he discussed his appreciation for WWE as of late and noted that he’s embracing a new version of himself.

“I would like to thank the people at WWE for the positives on me lately(such as this article & HBK Biography)..it will certainly help me clean up the mess I’ve made for the past 15 years trying to self medicate for pain and at times deep dark depression that I didn’t tell even my brother about..but ankles are fixed..and the old MJ no longer exists..now older, much wiser and more determined than ever, you may not believe this NEW MJ is the same person as the last one!” he wrote.

Jannetty last wrestled back in June of 2018.